Riecht einfach interessant wenn man einen ganzen Waldboden davon befreit hat.

FIS im bls RABe 515 027-1 gibt jetzt Auskunft über die Hardware. Die Klimaanlage darunter hat aber auch etwas warm.

@musicmatze Typischerweise eher ein Reboot ohne dass es die Uhrzeit und Fahrt und so wieder erhalten hat vom Steuergerät.

@zap @Venty viel wichtiger ist doch, dass sie nur lebensmittelsicheres Futter hatte, wie beim Heugümpermehl.

My most complex extension yet: a toolbar button divider: addons.mozilla.org/addon/divid

Source code (if you can even call it that): github.com/freaktechnik/divide

It's really just a button with a line as image, a line as label and a line of code to disable the button.

@elementary A bit bare bones still, that profile. But very cool!

@glow @Venty so genau hatte ich gar nicht geschaut. Ist in dem Fall eine Universalfernbedienung bei der man mehr können muss ;)

Serverless is essentially porting the way php handles http server things to other languages.

How would you do this pairing securely? Use bluetooth like netatmo or nest, or have the device create a WiFi AP, like Chromecasts.

In short, you don't need anything fancy to crack WiFi credentials, you just need them pairing their new smart device and an application to read these special packets to get the WiFi password of your neighbors.

EasyLink has this handy demo repo of their Android library: github.com/MXCHIP/EasylinkAndr and they seem to be the people behind easylink.io.

EasyLink also has an evil twin, SmartLink, which sends two bytes per packet, stored in the target IP of the packet, another great way to leak your WiFi credentials.

Instead it will broadcast your SSID and WiFi password in a way that anyone who can see your WiFi can read. If they know that they should be listening. It essentially sends the bytes of data in the packet length. So per packet, a byte of data is sent. My implementation of this is at github.com/freaktechnik/mh-max - this doesn't support the encryption stuff. I honestly didn't expect much better from Max Hauri, since the devices also use a HTTP (no S!) cloud API and md5 hashed passwords.

Reverse engineered the WiFi pairing of my "Max Hauri MaxSMART 2.0" smart plug yesterday evening. Turns out it uses this great protocol called EasyLink. EasyLink is used to tell a device that isn't in a WiFi the WiFi credentials by sending some UDP packets on the WiFi. Sounds pretty neat, and must be very secure. The thing is, it can be secure, it'd support encryption of the credentials with a key shared by the sender and receiver. However Max Hauri didn't opt to do that.

It may be April 1 in the US, but this one is serious. elementary OS + Flatpak: Preparing for the future. Get the details: buff.ly/2UrkupF

@fdroidorg I'm seeing some app descriptions in German (for example Wikipedia) in the official store client, even though my phone is set to English. The only thing set to German is my keyboard layout.

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